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    Are you saying no one should make a small effort if it won't immediately solve the problem?
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    You ever played Age of Chivalry on Steam? I totally wrekt people as a longbowman. Like there was this guy who kept running at me with a two-handed sword and I shot and killed him successfully 3 times in a row with arrows, eventually he got to me even though I shot him about twice and he didn't die. Some people just never learn and keep trying to kill you, he was a stubborn little ****. I think I recall his name was HEL.

    Sucks when that happens, so then I take out my shortsword and I try to impale him but he got the better of me in melee. Then when I respawned I shot him for a revenge kill as he was probably typing some insults to me and he died like the little ***** he was. The time counter was at 00:01 so the round was over too. My team lost but I pretty much pwned that guy so hard yet he called me a puss for using a longbow.

    No sportsmanship whatsoever, so butthurt. Don't you hate butthurt players? I mean I like the pessimistic ones but stubborn ones are just so damn annoying.
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    A Seattle native, Gordon exhibited an early interest in theoretical physics, especially quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity. His childhood heroes were Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, and Richard Feynman. After observing a series of teleportation experiments conducted by the Institute for Experimental Physics at the University of Innsbruck, the transmission of matter became Gordon's obsession. Gordon has no known dependents. He graduated from MIT with a Ph.D. degree in Theoretical Physics. His doctoral thesis on the teleportation of matter through extremely dense elements was titled Observation of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Entanglement on Supraquantum Structures by Induction Through Nonlinear Transuranic Crystal of Extremely Long Wavelength (ELW) Pulse from Mode-Locked Source Array.

    Whoa dude, whoa. You probably got a 36 on the ACT and over 9000 on the SAT.
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    Dear Most Benevolent Gordon Freeman,

    Could you make a gif about me?
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    I think you might die in episode 3. Usually the heroes of video games survive till the end but I think you're going to make the ultimate sacrifice.

    Killing Gman.
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    Sup Gordon Freeman.
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    Trogdor was a man. He was a dragon-man. Or maybe he was just a dragon. But he was still TROGDOR!
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    You are welcome.
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    I felt bad that people were negrepping you for no reason. Hopefully you won't give people a valid reason within the days to come.
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About Gordon Freeman

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About Gordon Freeman
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Dr. Gordon Freeman is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Half-Life video game series. As a theoretical physicist, he finds himself thrust into a battle for survival against both alien and human forces. Throughout the series, Gordon must face hostile situations, often against overwhelming odds and with no backup. As a means of immersing the player in the role, Gordon never speaks, and there are no cutscenes or mission briefings—all action is viewed through Gordon's eyes, with the player retaining control of Gordon's actions at nearly all times. The images of Gordon are only seen on the game's cover and menu pages, and also in advertisements, making them marketing tools rather than pictures of what Gordon is "really like". Gabe Newell has stated that Valve sees no reason to give Gordon a voice.

Gordon is introduced in the first Half-Life as a theoretical physicist working at the fictional Black Mesa Research Facility. There, he is involved in an experiment that accidentally opens an interdimensional portal, releasing confused, hostile beings into the complex. As Gordon, the player fights through the facility alongside fellow employees, engaging the aliens as well as a black-op military unit sent in to contain the situation and silence any surviving witnesses. In its sequel, Half-Life 2, Gordon is introduced to a dystopian world years after the Black Mesa incident, along with an interdimensional alien overlord force known as the Combine, which took advantage of the interdimensional portals and has established itself as the ruling force on Earth. Gordon then joins the underground Lambda Resistance, aiding them in their struggle against their oppressors.

A Seattle native, Gordon exhibited an early interest in theoretical physics, especially quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity. His childhood heroes were Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, and Richard Feynman. After observing a series of teleportation experiments conducted by the Institute for Experimental Physics at the University of Innsbruck, the transmission of matter became Gordon's obsession. Gordon has no known dependents. He graduated from MIT with a Ph.D. degree in Theoretical Physics. His doctoral thesis on the teleportation of matter through extremely dense elements was titled Observation of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Entanglement on Supraquantum Structures by Induction Through Nonlinear Transuranic Crystal of Extremely Long Wavelength (ELW) Pulse from Mode-Locked Source Array. Gordon's research into science eventually led him to accept a job offer by the Black Mesa Research Facility, and begin working on a top-secret research project headed by his mentor at MIT, Dr. Isaac Kleiner. He takes up residence at Black Mesa, conducting nuclear and subatomic research in its Anomalous Materials department. Despite his education as a theoretical physicist, the work Freeman is involved with at Black Mesa is of a more experimental nature.

The games often make light of the fact that the tasks Gordon performs amount to little more than manual labor, despite his qualifications. Gordon's assigned job at the start of Half-Life consists of little more than pressing a button and pushing a cart. Barney Calhoun wryly notes this irony at the beginning of Half-Life 2, when Freeman performs similar "technical" assistance by flipping a switch and returning a plug to its socket.
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